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You ll store your source code on the server in a structure called the repository. Keeping a healthy source code repository is important, even if you don t use CI. But in this scenario, it s somewhere near vital. You want to have the repository organized the right way. You don t want it to be cluttered with unnecessary files. You need a clean division for your customer between work in progress and work being used. You also want to easily manage the content of the repository and probably cross-reference repositories between each other. Creating a repository in VisualSVN Server is as straightforward as creating a user. As you can see in figure 2.6, you have to assign a repository name, and you can decide to create the default structure right away. You ll learn why this is a good idea later in the chapter.
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Figure 2.4 Creating users managed by VisualSVN Server is straightforward: just assign a username and password. But you should consider associating SVN with Windows authentication so you won t double the administration effort.
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Setting up a source control system
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Figure 2.5 Creating groups using the native user management in VisualSVN. This step isn t necessary if you use Windows authentication. The way you set the rights to the repository stay the same: use the repository context menu.
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To connect to the repository, you must provide an address to your files, in the form of a URL (see figure 2.7). The VisualSVN Server Management Console is kind enough to show you that address. If the address looks familiar, you re right: VisualSVN Server is nothing more than Subversion bound to a web server (Apache, in this case).
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Figure 2.6 When creating a repository, in addition to naming it, you should create a default structure.
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Figure 2.7 Subversion URL construction
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The URL contains the protocol or file-access method name. You ll connect to the server using HTTP if you re using non-encrypted communication or HTTPS if you turned on SSL. It s also possible to use SVN with local folders or to use other protocols. We won t cover these in this book. You connect VisualSVN Server using the server name or IP address and a port number. If you have firewalls on the way from the client to the server, remember to open this port. VisualSVN Server creates a kind of virtual directory named svn. The rest is the path to the files. The path always starts with a repository name and can be supplemented with directories in the repository.
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K eeping a healthy repository
It s sometimes considered good practice to have one repository throughout a whole company or department; this means you store all your projects in one repository, using directories to logically divide it. Others prefer to have one repository per project. The first approach makes a lot of things easier, such as source control server administration. After assigning users to the single repository and giving them enough rights, you can virtually forget about administration. Adding a new project is a matter of adding a new directory to the existing repository no other administration is needed. Daily work with the repository is also easier. Copying, merging, and peeking for the differences (diff) is easier when you do it on a path basis rather than cross-repository. And you don t lose any historical data while moving, copying, and merging files. You can set up something similar to the structure shown in figure 2.8. This is a single repository, called Projects, with a directory structure underneath. A single repository isn t a good idea if you have a lot of users with different permissions to the code base. For example, it s difficult to assign one user only the read permission to one project and read/write to another. You should consider using multiple repositories if you plan to store different file types or when the revision number plays a special role in your development process. Another possible layout is shown in figure 2.9: Framework, WebCalculator, and WinCalculator are all separate repositories. Look closely at the URLs shown in figures 2.8 and 2.9. Do you see the difference The first figure shows http://HYMIE:81/svn/Projects/Framework, where Projects is a
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